Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and Dark Souls 3 are arguably two of the biggest games set to be released in 2016. One is a swashbuckling adventure that will have you traveling across the far corners of the world, whilst the other is a gritty, dark experience that will no doubt do its very best to crush you.
If you want to discover everything each game has to offer, then you may be interested in reading that new details of each game’s strategy guides have been revealed by Amazon.
Uncharted 4 will have two strategy guides available. The first will be Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End Collector’s Edition Strategy Guide and the second is Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End Standard Edition Strategy Guide. Both guides will cover every secret the game has and will offer maps of each location and tell you how best to defeat your enemies.
The Collector’s Edition guide is going to include bonus content which will no doubt be announced at a later date. The guide will feature a hardcover and will only be printed once. The guides will both be launched on April 26, the same day Uncharted 4 is released.
Dark Souls 3 will also offer the choice of two strategy guides to choose from. Like Uncharted 4, one will be Dark Souls III Collector’s Edition: Prima Official Game Guide and the other is Dark Souls III: Prima Official Game Guide.
Both guides will give you a comprehensive guide on how to fight your way to the end of the game but, like Uncharted 4, the Collector’s Edition guide will be hardcover, have a limited run, and will include some unspecified bonus content. The guide will launch the same day as Dark Souls 3, April 12.
What the bonus content of these two Collector’s Edition guides will be is anyone’s guess. In the past, other games have offered a small piece of DLC such as a new weapon or outfit, whilst others have offered physical items such as Lara’s necklace from the Tomb Raider reboot.
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